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Thread: Exploding Block Baby Quilt

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    Very pretty quilt. I love the movement in the design. At first I thought the hands at the bottom were part of the design. Maybe I should clean my glasses.

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    Very pretty quilt.

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    This is great and thank you for showing us that it actually works. I've been thinking about doing one.

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    Very pretty.

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    Great pretty in pink quilt for a little girl.

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    So cute and girly
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    That is so neat! Such a pretty quilt. You ought to send the photo to Jenny - I bet she would love to see it!

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    I really like how with the points, 'cut off', makes it more round and softer looking.

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    Cute!!!! God job!!!!!
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    Great little quilt...

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    very pretty!!!!
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    That is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!! I want to try that!!!
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    I would love to see everyone's quilt when it's done. Please post pictures!

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    Very nice quilt for a little girl!

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    Loving your pink stash!

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    I like that! It gives me an idea of what to do for a friend's grandson (not here yet but soon!).
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    Jenny Doan rocks with the Exploding Star and you rock with your adaptation of it. I tried a block yesterday and I'm definitely going to use it to make two lap quilts that my DH said he needed to give to friends. I'm very pleased that my DH feels that my quilts are good enough to give to friends, but I need two more projects like Noah needed more water.
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    you've inspired me. When I saw the tutorial, my brain has been asking the question, "what if?" Now I know. Thanks for posting your pic.

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    when I first saw the tutorial I wondered if I could handle the "no points" but your quilt has shown me that it looks more like a rounded point and I loveit
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    I see hands at the bottom of the quilt! That must be some stiff quilt to hold it up that way.

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    Those aren't hands! They're hubby's two legs in the middle and an electrical wall receptacle on the right! Lol

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    Such a happy, pretty quilt. Love it!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnT View Post
    I like that! It gives me an idea of what to do for a friend's grandson (not here yet but soon!).
    Post a pic of it when you've got it done!

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    This is so cute. I love pink and this is right up my alley. Hope you will share another photo after it is quilted.
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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